Steve Breese started his musical career off playing the drums at the age of 5 on coffee cans and plastic lids that he collected from his folks, and a set of pencils. By the age of twelve his mother told him she would buy him a set of used drums if he could play them. He sat down, grabbed the sticks and played "Wipe Out " exactly like the record.(She purchased the drums) He played his first drum solo in a high school talent contest and took second place for playing the drum track to "Hawaii Five-O". He played to all the records he could get his hands on, and for hours he would learn every chop that those guys would do. He was once known as one of the best drummers in Iowa.Then in 1976 the 21 year old self - taught drummer met Jim Hildman, a man who loved that old time Rock n Roll as much as Steve did, and together they started a 50's/60's band called, "The Chosen Few". For several years they rocked Des Moines with the great sounds of 50's/60's music. In 1981 Steve then decided to move on in his musical career to play bass in a country band where he met and married Judi his wife. Steve then formed a southern gospel trio group called,"The Gloryland Trio" with his two sisters. The Gloryland Trio performed with, The Spears, Homeward Bond, Majesty Quartet, Lanny Wolf and Geron Davis (Writer of Holyground). They recorded five Cd's and toured all over Iowa, Utah, California, Louisiana and many more. In June of 2007 Steve decided to form another band which he named after his 1963 Buick "The Rivieras". Nervous and unsure how the people would except the old time music, The Rivieras decided to give it a try. To their surprise the band started to create quite a following and has steadily grown ever since. After five years of Rockin and Rollin, he was blessed with the opportunity to have his son, Skylar Breese, play the drums for him. He loves the band and all the fans that follow him in his musical career. Steve was quoted to say,"I hope someday my sons will continue the band when I am unable to perform anymore, it would be a shame to see this great music fade away". He is always so appreciative of his band members and has alway said, " We ALL make this band what it is". Steve love's to entertain everyone and does it from his heart. He love's God, his family and good old rock n roll.